At Ivy Link, we want to inspire each student to achieve their personal and academic best throughout their years of schooling, as well as help fortify valuable skills that will extend beyond the classroom.  We therefore offer a range of services that supplement our general programs of admissions counseling, tutoring and application assistance to include a myriad of targeted specialty services aimed towards applicants who have specific needs or requirements. Our expert Ivy Link mentors are here to assist with virtually any niche request.


    • “I write to express my highest appreciation and regard for my tutor’s talents. She helped prepare me for both the LSAT and GMAT exams in 2008 and 2009, respectively. Thanks to her tremendous insight, support and work ethic, I was able to score 169 on the LSAT and 720 on the GMAT. My tutor was a pleasure to work with and a consummate professional in every respect. I recommend her highly.”
      -JD/MBA Applicant (Admitted to Cornell Law School and Business School)
    • “Prepping for the SATs is a daunting task for any college bound high school student. Thankfully, my tutor had taking the SATs down to a science, and she was able to teach me how to do the same in the quickest and most effective manner possible. By the time I sat down to take the test I had been so well prepared that not only did I feel like the exam was a walk in the park, but I felt like I had already seen every type of question that was on it. My tutor knew all of the tricks that the test writers would try to confuse me with, and taught me easy ways to keep myself from getting tripped up on those types of questions. What the College Board doesn’t want you to know is that there is a method to their madness; it doesn’t require an infinite amount of wisdom to master the test. What it does take is knowledge of the specific set of skills that the SAT is designed to test, and my tutor taught me those skills.”
      -College Applicant (Admitted to Johns Hopkins)
    • “Despite a good GPA, constant involvement in extracurricular activities, and reading as much literature outside of school as possible, I could not improve my SAT score. My instructor, one of the friendliest, most brilliant students I have known, broke down complicated math problems that my own instructors failed to simplify, and his casual yet professional demeanor made taking the actual examination feel far less pressured than it had in the past. Thanks to my instructor’s help, I was accepted Early Decision II at Bowdoin College. I doubt that I would have earned such success were it not for my instructor’s guidance.”